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Coachella 2017: The Performances (PHOTOS)

Coachella Valley Music and Art Festival returned to the deserts of Indio, California last weekend and, as always, brought some great live performances along for the ride.

Radiohead returned to the Coachella stage on the first evening of the festival with a memorable performance — even though they did go through a couple of technical difficulties. Lady Gaga closed out night two with an electrifying set and also released her new single, “The Cure.” Lorde shared new material from her upcoming album, Melodrama. Hot off releasing his new album, DAMN., Kendrick Lamar‘s performance was like a spiritual experience. There were also a number of guests and collaborations: Drake and Future performed together, and Future also joined Kendrick onstage. Tove Lo brought Wiz Khalifa to her set, and DJ Khaled and Migos brought the energy to their show — and the festival’s not even over yet.

See more from this year’s Coachella performances in the gallery above.

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